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practical mixer solution for Zero-IF

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Hi, some one said Sub-Harmonic mixer is better practical solution for zero-if architecture? Is it true? Any comments?


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Re: What is practical miaxer solation for Zero-IF

Perhaps some technical note at www.miteq.com may help you.
 

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practical miaxer solution for Zero-IF

Many Mixers work with IF range from DC to...
IF at 0 Hz implies the fact that a small portion of LO power will be detected, so DC is not 0 Volt.
The useful information is the difference from the actual Voltage and the detected one. A mixer working at Zero IF is also called "phase detector"
 

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